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Interview with Masha Sardari | GBPW Episode 62

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Masha Sardari

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This episode is all about fine art photographer Masha Sardari. I’ve been following her work for a very long time and have never ceased to be inspired by her creativity. She takes surreal photos of herself and other people, and she always manages to make every image look unique. 

Masha and I talk about:

  • Her photography journey, which has been thriving for over a decade
  • Why she values vulnerability in photography
  • What fine art photography means to her

& much more!

Even though I’ve been a fan of Masha’s work for a long time, this was my first time hearing her voice and getting to talk to her properly! She exceeded all of my expectations and inspired me to keep taking photos. I hope that her beautiful story has the same effect on you.

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Taya Iv is a portrait photographer, 500px ambassador, and host of Great Big Photography World podcast.
Taya Iv is a portrait photographer, 500px ambassador, and host of Great Big Photography World podcast.

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